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Expiration Dating for Meat, Poultry, and Eggs

Expiration Dating and Product Coding for Meat, Poultry, and Eggs Expiration Dating Requirements. Date coding such as expiration dating, for meat (or similar products like poultry, pork, fish and eggs) is not federally mandated. There may however be regulations on a state or municipal level for product dating. Also, while product dating is not federally required for meat or poultry, there are certain standards that apply to date marking and coding when it is used on these and other products. “If a calendar date Read More...

Markjet Announces Expanded Online Capabilities

Here follows the recent press release from Markjet, Inc., describing our expanded online capabilities and our robust product lines. First run on PRNewswire KATONAH, N.Y., April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Marking and coding equipment supplier Markjet Inc., announces their expanded online ecommerce and support capabilities. Markjet has added eCommerce capabilities to their online presence, and begun to release a suite of tools aimed at helping businesses of all sizes find the right marking, coding and printing solution. Markjet’s recently launched eCommerce site (www.InkjetMarkingandCoding.com) Read More...

How does an inkjet printer work?

First, it is good to understand that there are several different types of inkjet technologies. In the Marking and Coding world, the first bifurcation is the split between continuous inkjet (CIJ) and drop-on-demand (DOD) inkjet technologies. Continuous inkjet (CIJ) technology utilizes a high-pressure pump, which directs ink through a print nozzle at very high velocity. A Piezoelectric field turns this stream of ink into microscopic droplets, which can then be deflected onto the print surface (substrate) by an electrostatic field. Read More...